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Perry W. Wright, 65, of San Tan Valley, AZ passed from this life on Monday, March 16, 2020 at Banner Baywood Medical Center, AZ surrounded by his loving wife, son, daughter and son-in-law.

Perry leaves to cherish his memory, wife of 41 years, Sandra; son, James W. Wright; daughter, Lindey (Hobie) Dufort; grandson, Oliver Dufort; granddaughters, Josie (Miguel) Rivera, Kylie (Kasey) Nguyen, Leah Wright, and Lydia Dufort; two great-grandchildren (both due in July); brothers, Lewis Wright, Jr. and Larry Michael (Samol chen) Wright; and many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Lewis and Estella Wright; son, Robert P. Wright; brothers, Clyde, Carl, Jerry, and Arthur Eugene; and sisters, Ethel Lorene Simpson, Bonnie Sue Copeland, and Erma Hoffman.

Perry was born in Kentucky, but he and his family settled in Bethany (Liberty Twp), OH. He attended Lakota Schools, Butler Co, OH. Perry was a truck driver for over 30 years hauling “contract” mail for the USPS. His handle was “Good News” and when asked, “What’s the good news?” – he shared his faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Perry and Sandra moved to AZ in 2018 and loved being near their kids and grandkids. He prayed for all of his family and friends’ safety and salvation and looked forward to a heavenly reunion.

Arrangements:  A celebration of life will be held separately in AZ and OH with a grave side service at Butler County Memorial Park, OH (dates to be determined). Memorials may be sent to National Right to Life or Hospice of the Valley, AZ.

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  1. Jessie Wright says:

    Rest now old man for you have traveled onward. Was a pleasure watching you age as well as knowing you through it all. I thank you for the time we have shared and the words and encouragement given. Till we meet again may Gods grace be forever abundant. You will be missed but we know you are looking over us all now may your new wings lift you on high.

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Perry W. Wright, 65, of San Tan Valley, AZ passed from this life on Monday, March 16, 2020 at Banner Baywood Medical Center, AZ surrounded by his loving wife, son, daughter and son-in-law.

Perry leaves to cherish his memory, wife of 41 years, Sandra; son, James W. Wright; daughter, Lindey (Hobie) Dufort; grandson, Oliver Dufort; granddaughters, Josie (Miguel) Rivera, Kylie (Kasey) Nguyen, Leah Wright, and Lydia Dufort; two great-grandchildren (both due in July); brothers, Lewis Wright, Jr. and Larry Michael (Samol chen) Wright; and many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Lewis and Estella Wright; son, Robert P. Wright; brothers, Clyde, Carl, Jerry, and Arthur Eugene; and sisters, Ethel Lorene Simpson, Bonnie Sue Copeland, and Erma Hoffman.

Perry was born in Kentucky, but he and his family settled in Bethany (Liberty Twp), OH. He attended Lakota Schools, Butler Co, OH. Perry was a truck driver for over 30 years hauling “contract” mail for the USPS. His handle was “Good News” and when asked, “What’s the good news?” – he shared his faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Perry and Sandra moved to AZ in 2018 and loved being near their kids and grandkids. He prayed for all of his family and friends’ safety and salvation and looked forward to a heavenly reunion.

Arrangements:  A celebration of life will be held separately in AZ and OH with a grave side service at Butler County Memorial Park, OH (dates to be determined). Memorials may be sent to National Right to Life or Hospice of the Valley, AZ.

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  1. Jessie Wright says:

    Rest now old man for you have traveled onward. Was a pleasure watching you age as well as knowing you through it all. I thank you for the time we have shared and the words and encouragement given. Till we meet again may Gods grace be forever abundant. You will be missed but we know you are looking over us all now may your new wings lift you on high.

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